IPOB Breaks Silence on Plans To Boycott The 2023 Elections


Indigenous People of (IPOB), – No Plans To Boycott The 2023 Elections

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has spoken out about alleged plans to boycott the elections in 2023.

The Indigenous People of Biafra discussed alleged plans to boycott the upcoming general election in 2023 on Monday.


The group claims that it has no plans to boycott the upcoming election.

However, the group claimed that it was uninterested in Nigerian politics.

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Further, IPOB stated that it intended to use a referendum to secure complete freedom for Ndigbo.


“Even though we have repeatedly stated that the Indigenous People of Biafra is uninterested in Nigerian politics, they link IPOB to their plot to select Nigeria’s leaders in the 2023 selection they call an election,” the group’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful, said in a statement released on Monday.

They are merely preparing the minds of uninformed people to blame the Indigenous People of Biafra for their failure in a pre-rigged election.


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Meanwhile, Abdulrahman Dambazau, a former Chief of Army Staff (COAS), has identified a significant event that needs to be restrained in the Southeast.

During a weekend interview on Channels TV, Dambazau stated that the Indigenous People of Biafra’s (IPOB) activities posed a threat to the election and that security organizations needed to control them.

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This is in response to the recent kidnapping of a female soldier, Lieutenant PP Johnson, by armed men who were reportedly IPOB members, according to information gathered by this online media outlet.


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